This might simply be my pet peeve, but I periodically see threads crop up that say something like: "I just won this bag on eBay but want to check to see if it's authentic before I pay" or "I just paid for this bag, the seller didn't take good pics, I'm not sure if it's authentic - should I initiate a chargeback?" We get SO peeved when sellers don't follow through with their auctions, but it seems like we (as a community) don't mind at all if buyers stiff sellers if there's any question of authenticity. Shouldn't authenticity questions be worked out BEFORE buying an item? It seems hypocritical to me, especially in cases where authenticity or a seller's true intentions (late shipment versus ripoff) are really up in the air. It's one thing to help keep people from buying fakes, but it seems that some buyers are getting so lackadaisical about getting boardies to review bags before bidding. This is not to say that help with eBay scams shouldn't be provided (a lot can't be predicted, I'm not saying they can), I'm just soooo tired of there being no personal responsibility for checking out an auction before you buy something. I think it's one of the reasons in general why it's getting harder to sell legit bags - buyers have no sense anymore that an auction is a binding contract in the same way it is for sellers. Caveat emptor!